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Paul had never been to Rome but he had heard good things about the believers there. He wanted to help them grow strong in the Lord: he wanted to visit and tell them about the Good News. But circumstances were preventing it so instead he wrote a letter: a letter that gives the fullest explanation of the Good News to be found anywhere; a letter that, if you study and take it in, will make you strong in the Lord too.

Paul's letter to the Romans tells us about man’s biggest problem and about about God’s solution — that's the Good News. It tells us how thorough and effective God’s solution is and it shows us the difference knowing about it ought to make.

After a break over the summer this series will recommence on Sunday 15th October. All sermons in the series so far are available to download from

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Jellytots
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Jellytots, our toddler morning with a difference, is back on Tuesday 10th October. Come and join us from 10:30 to 11:30 for some fun and chat. There'll be crafts, stories and snacks for the kids and coffeee and buns for the grown-ups. There's no charge and everybody's welcome. All you need to get in is a toddler between 0 and 4 years old.

Just turn up on the day or email for more details.

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Route 66
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Route 66, our club for children of primary school age is back. It's on every Friday from 6:30 to 7:45. Stories, games, crafts, singing, food and lots of fun as they a journey through the Bible — 66 books all about Jesus, the way to heaven.

Just turn up on the evening or email for more details.

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The Sausage That Changed The World
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In October 1517 a German monk nailed a notice to a church door and caused an uproar that changed the course of history. That was the start of the Reformation and Protestants, Catholics and even people who have no faith at all agree, it was one of the most important things that ever happened. That’s why we think the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation is something to celebrate.

Join us at Killicomaine Evangelical Church and have a hotdog on us.

Sunday 29th October

from 7:30pm

Afterwards we’d like to tell you everything you ever wanted to know — and some things you didn’t — about the Reformation, what it means to be a Protestant and how a sausage changed the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ocean Commotion
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The summer holidays are here and soon it'll be time for KEC's Holiday Bible Club. This year's club runs from Monday 24th July to Friday 28th July, from 7:00 to 8:15 each evening. It's for all children of primary school age. Just turn up but remember, a parent or guardian will have to complete a registration form the first evening their child attends.

There'll be singing, competitions, crafts, prizes and stories. Tell your children about it and encourage them to come along with their friends for some Ocean Commotion.

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